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Climate change

1. Introduction
2. Causes of climate change
1. Natural causes
 Continental drift
 Volcanic eruptions
 The earth's tilt --Earth Orbital Change
 Variations in ocean currents
 Wildfires
 Acid Rain
2. Human causes
 The Greenhouse Effect: The greenhouse effect causes the atmosphere to retain heat
 Deforestation and land use changes
 Solar Radiations
 Sulphate aerosols
 Soot particles (black carbon)
 Nuclear Warfare
3. Effects of climate change on
 Biodiversity in a changing climate
 Marine ecosystems
 Rise in Sea Level
 Change in Rainfall Patterns
 Change is Seasons
 Agriculture and climate change
 Wildfires increase
 Loss of Wildlife Species
 Heat Waves
4. Remedies
 Reduce carbon emissions
 Promote forest regrowth
 Reduce, reuse and recycle
5. Conclusion
An overwhelming scientific consensus maintains that climate change is due primarily to the human use of
fossil fuels, which releases carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases into the air. The gases trap heat
within the atmosphere, which can have a range of effects on ecosystems, including rising sea levels, severe
weather events, and droughts that render landscapes more susceptible to wildfires.
As a conclusion, we can see there are many effects of climate changes that seriously affecting our
environment, health and biodiversity. If we still have not take any actions to prevent the climate changes,
our mother earth will be become sick more seriously. Furthermore, when the deforestation continuing
occurs, there will be having many different consequences to our environment. Therefore, let us together to
protect and love our beautiful mother earth that given by God and try to keep her healthy as long as we can.